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it used to be that relentlessness, or relentless work, more specifically, was equated with mercilessly rigorous rhythms or schedule. think of tailored conveyor belt work, carefully calculated to exhaust the worker to the max, to get the most out of the worker while avoiding failure, which would cause the whole machinery, the whole line of production, to break down. the body forced into a structure and a rhythm that is not its own, often conceived of as repetitive, forced, machine-like gestures or movements. these days, however, it also makes sense to speak of relentless flexibility, which is precisely the opposite: the lack of any form of rhythm or structure whatsoever, with a concomitant imperative to be always available and always “on”.